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What is happening in regulated Carbon markets?

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Webinar: What is happening in regulated Carbon markets?


Please welcome to join me in discussing the price development of CO2 

as a tool to mitigate the climate crisis,

offering you an eagle’s eye overview of recent events.

What is happening in regulated Carbon markets?


The EU policymakers will reconvene after the record braking hot summer break to finalise negotiations on the "Fit for 55"-package, which aims to bring EU legislation in line with the 2030 goal. It is an ambitious package, and challenges in the negotiation package were always expected, even more so in the current environment with high energy prices, high inflation and increased focus on social costs.

 

Carbon emission pricing is a crucial data point for investors. CO2 pricing data is key in managing climate risk scenarios, transition risk and adapting investment portfolios to climate goals. The EU ETS is the world's largest cap-and-trade market and therefor a global benchmark. It is also systematically underrepresented in investors' strategies.

 

I look forward to discussing the recent political developments and an update on carbon pricing as a key tool to lead the decarbonisation efforts within the EU with:


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Panellists

Joined by

Johanna Fager Wettergren, Head of Sustainable Finance

Financial Supervisory Authority

Ingvild Soerhus, Lead EU Carbon Market Analyst

Refinitiv

Roman Hackl, Head of Unit

Swedish Environmental Protection Agency

 

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